IIM Bangalore to Provide Rural Entrepreneurship Incubation Programme
NSRCEL, the innovation and entrepreneurship hub of the Indian Institute of Administration (IIM) Bangalore, and the Buddha Fellowship Program (BFP) are collaborating for a joint Rural Entrepreneurship Incubation Program to develop the agricultural entrepreneurship ecosystem. BFP’s mission is to groom 1,000 Buddha fellows. The purposes for a similar at the moment are open on the official web site of IIM Bangalore.
By this program, rural entrepreneurs will probably be empowered to unravel rural issues and scale those that can promote to city customers. “The rural entrepreneurship ecosystem and home-grown entrepreneurs have been overlooked and they face a lot of scalability challenges due to a lack of knowledge and awareness on marketing, branding, quality standards, value chain creation, product innovation, to name a few,” IIM Bangalore said.
The program aims to transform the development sector in terms of scale with quality and impact to support and provide opportunities for rural professionals to pursue their aspirations to become development entrepreneurs.
“Our focus will be to support entrepreneurs who are already operating in rural areas as well as to provide opportunities for those who want to return to their roots to make an impact,” mentioned Professor Venkatesh Panchapagesan, Chairperson, NSRCEL at IIM Bangalore.
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